Karmin Curling Wand

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I was sent the G3 Salon Pro Clipless Curling Wand by Karmin and I’ve been using it every chance I get.  I tried this wand on all types of hair and for all types of reasons; prom girls, styled shoots, clients and myself.  I love the unique curl I get from using a wand, even hair that I was told wouldn’t hold a curl, held one using the wand.

The Clipless Curling Wand gets pretty hot, 410 degrees hot. The wand reads that it goes up to 220 but that is celsius.  I decided to try it on my own hair first. I’ve been smoothing my hair lately then curling it to get a straighter curl (my hair is a curly frizzy mess naturally), so for good measure I decided to test the wand on both hair types.  My hair in its natural state (left side of my head), and my hair after being straightened with an iron (right side).

Karmin Clipless Curling Wand

One of the most innovative hairstyling tools to be introduced to the hair industry, Karmin presents the new G3 Salon Pro Clipless Tourmaline Curling Wand.

The clipless curling wand allows you to create flawless, natural looking curls and waves effortlessly and in less time than a conventional spring curling iron. When you wrap your hair around the exclusive ultra polished barrel of this curling wand you will be amazed with the results. Ceramic and tourmaline technology leave hair smooth, shiny and full of bounce, creating curly and wavy hairstyles that last all day.

The temperature of 410F (210c) makes the Karmin Clipless Curling Wand perfect for all hair types and with features such as heat resistant grip, 3 meter swivel cord and PTC heater for quick and steady heat, it is the perfect curling wand for both the professional and home user.

Start creating your natural looking waves and curls today with the Karmin G3 Salon Pro Tourmaline Clipless Curling Wand.

I love that the Karmin comes with a glove that is crucial to the prevention of burnt fingers.  220 degrees is hot enough to do some damage, so the glove is key to wrapping the ends of the hair around the wand safely.

I prefer the straightened side as the curls looked more polished than the naturally curly side, however, it depends on the look you are going for.  The wand’s curl is more similar to a natural curl and can give curly hair a more defined look or it can go beachy depending on the way the hair is wrapped and what coordinating products are used.  Prepping the hair with a pomade will give it more shine and definition, where a beach spray will give it the beachy feel.

For a more modern curl, I like wrapping the hair around the wand but leaving the ends out.  Part of why I like to smooth the hair first is because the ends will be straight and will give the ends a ‘dripping effect’.  Those with straight hair naturally will not have to bother with this first step, saving time and their hair.


Prom left and styled shoot right, both styled with Karmin Wand.

Prom hair 2015 styled shoot 2015

One Response to “Karmin Wand Review”

  1. Aurora

    Hairdressers definitely have that ailbity to make you feel like you have a fresh head of hair, but straighteners do wonders, for sure. I know one of my next “big” purchases will be to get a new straightener since my Revlon one barely does anything. This one sounds amazing … and in pink, please! :)


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